ANBG this morning - Bassian Thrush

To: "'chatline canberrabirds'" <>
Subject: ANBG this morning - Bassian Thrush
From: "Steve Holliday" <>
Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 17:14:27 +1000

I also had a quick walk in the Gardens this morning, no robins, but did see a Bassian Thrush in Section 25 (Proteaceae). It was feeding alongside the path and was quite confiding... until a vehicle drove by a  couple of minutes later and flushed it. When I last saw it was 100 metres away and still flying. Was interested to see a Yellow Admiral, not many butterflies active in Canberra in July.





From: Terry Bell [
Sent: Thursday, 5 July 2012 8:51 AM
To: chatline canberrabirds
Subject: [canberrabirds] ANBG this morning


terriersx2 visited in sunny conditions about  1030 and the only robins (2) we saw were of the yellow variety in section 89. A number of honey eaters were recorded including a pair of crescents ( 40 ) and interestingly a small group of white naped in section 92, overwintering perhaps ?

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